American Experiment

The American Experiment; What It Means For The World

How the US adjusts to the increasingly multi-polar world – and the forces of globalization – will have a major impact on world affairs. There is no doubt the global order that emerged in the aftermath of World War II is now in transition. Will the US lead the world into a new and secure interdependent global order, or succumb to nationalistic tendencies, is yet to be determined. The continuity in American leadership is unlikely to occur in absence of system level political, economic, and security reforms that are attuned to the present realities.

US Elections: Implications for South Asia, Middle East

US-Islamic World Relations

Indian Elections, Future of Pakistan-India Ties And Centrality of Iran

Context Voting began on April 19th in India and the results will be announced in the first week of June. With over 986 million eligible...

Countering Extremism and Homeland Security

Al Aqsa Mosque

Hamas Attack On Israel, Abraham Accords, And South Asia

Context In the previous articles, we have been examining the various dimensions of the Arab-Israeli rapprochement that got underway as a consequence of the Abraham...

Risks for US Policy

Opportunities for US

Great Power Rivalry And China’s Deepening involvement In South Asia, Gulf States

  Context In an endeavor to understand the emerging geopolitical realities, PoliTact partners with leading thought centers to understand the longitudinal multi-faceted tangents of a particular...